FROM DALCHEV TO HÖLDERLIN: THE FIGURE OF DALCHEV IN BORIANA KATSARSKA’S “ANOTHER NAME” AND IN MIGLENA NIKOLCHINA’S “SORROW A LA DALCHEV”
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The paper is focused on the reception of Dalchev by the poetical books of Miglena Nikolchina, “Sorrow a la Dalchev” (1994) and Boriana Katsarska, “Other Name” (1991). Both poets address the figure of Dalchev but from a different perspective. While Katsarska uses Dalchev’s poetic in a transformative way to elaborate her own style, Nikolchina evokes the figure of Dalchev as a complex social response. There is a specific dynamic and intertextual dialogue between the two books.